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Tuesday, 2013/07/09 | 08:14:27

A group of Thai researchers at the Center for Agricultural Biotechnology (CAB) of Kasetsart University, led by Dr. Sermsiri Chanprame, is conducting R&D on non-food GMOs.

Monday, 2013/07/08 | 08:22:12

A new study in China has identified what makes crabgrass tough. According to the study, crabgrass, a persistent and unwanted weed, produces a powerful herbicide that kills nearby plants. This is contrary to the popular belief that crabgrass dominates in lawns, gardens, and farmers' fields by simply overcrowding other plants. This discovery could lead to the development of new herbicide

Saturday, 2013/07/06 | 18:47:06

Professor Ita Ewa, Nigerian Minister of Science and Technology, announced that GM products will be available in Nigeria by 2012. He said this statement during the launching of the ISAAA report on Global Status of Commercialized Biotech/GM Crops for 2012.

Friday, 2013/07/05 | 08:22:45

In a major step towards understanding gene switching, a genomic map was produced by an international consortium led by scientists from McGill University and University of Toronto. The map is the first of its kind in plants, and will help scientists identify specific regulatory regions in the genomes of plants, such as canola, a major crop in Canada. The team sequenced the genomes of several crucifers and analyzed them together with previously published genomes to map more than 90,000 genomic regions.

Friday, 2013/07/05 | 08:18:11

The Department of Biodiversity Conservation of the Vietnam Environment Administration (VEA) organized a seminar to introduce Circular No.08/2013/TT-BTNMT dated May, 2013 on June 21, 2013 in Hanoi. The Circular came into force on July 1, 2013 and stipulates the order and procedures to grant and revoke the certificate of biological safety for genetically modified crops.

Thursday, 2013/07/04 | 07:51:50

A new publication by the Council for Agricultural Science and Technology (CAST) on the Impact of the Precautionary Principle on Feeding Current and Future Generations revealed that "in many respects the precautionary principle (PP) does more harm than good".

Wednesday, 2013/07/03 | 08:18:51

The US Department of Energy Joint Genome Institute has sequenced and compared the genome of Capsella rubella with Capsella grandiflora and members of the closely related Arabidopsis genus to have a better understanding of the effects of selfing of C. rubella's genome.

Monday, 2013/07/01 | 08:26:38

Ecological engineering (EE) methods were introduced into Vietnam in 2009 and was launched by the vice minister, Dr Bui Ba Bong, on 10 September 2010.  Two years later on World Women’s Day 8 March 2012, Tieng Giang province launched the “Women in Ecological Engineering” program.

Monday, 2013/07/01 | 08:22:52

The Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research (CGIAR) has presented its research programs during a meeting with donors and external stakeholders in Montpellier, France from June 17-28, 2013. Representatives from all the programs were present outlining details of their work and plans for moving towards setting up targets and gauging impacts.

Friday, 2013/06/28 | 08:04:32

A research project aimed to help achieve the goal of the Coalition for African Rice Development (CARD) to 'double African rice production in the next decade' is being implemented by Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS).

 

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